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Trifork Gradle Plugins

This collection of plugins in meant to make working with Gradle a breeze for Trifork projects.

Every time you have to customize your Gradle build, e.g. to work with a CI plugin or whatever, it is very likely that your effort could be turned into a plugin.

Also you should check out the Trifork Gradle Project template for a good starting point for your projects.

Any submissions are welcome. Please make a pull request and share your work.

Deployment Plugin

apply plugin: 'deployment'

It is important to have a well-defined and consistent way of sharing jar files and other artifacts. Maven repos are the de-facto standard for artifact sharing and by using it you get a high degree of interoperability between build systems. You can apply this plugin to the subprojects your actually want to deploy to nexus.

When using the deployment-plugin it is important to manage your build version. The property version should always update it when you have made a release to the repository. It is defined in the 'gradle.properties' file.

You will only be able to release an artifact of a given version once. If you try to redeploy a release artifact, the deployment will fail (as it should). If you have made a mistake in a release, the only thing you can do is to confess you messed up and make a new release with a version bump.

When you apply the deployment-plugin you get a few extra tasks to help you share your artifacts.

Deploy a release artifact:

gradle deployRelease

While releases are fine when you are actually finished with an iteration or some other milestone, it is not always convenient to use release artifacts during active development. Therefore when you want to share your diamonds in the rough, you can use Snapshot versions. Snapshots of a given version can be deployed with any number of times. For people familiar with Ivy, snapshots can be used as a 'latest integration' dependencies.

Deploy a snapshot artifact:

gradle deploySnapshot

When making a release it is important to make sure that you don't depend on any snapshot artifacts. Since snapshots change over time, future snapshot versions will potentially break your release (which is bad).

So make sure you have no '-SNAPSHOT' dependencies when you call deployRelease or at the very least, as few of them as possible.

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